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LOOK, a professional consortium of local art galleries and museums, is pleased to announce the election of Daniel Pfalzgraf to President by unanimous vote, beginning a three-year term to guide the organization. Pfalzgraf takes over the position following the successful presidency of Mo McKnight Howe, arts advocate, and owner of Revelry Gallery.

“I’m excited to get going with this group of art leaders. Louisville is full of high quality, creative people and places, and I see a lot of opportunities to grow and share the talent on display here. We are very fortunate to live in an area so rich in the arts.” – Daniel Pfalzgraf

LOOK began as Visual Art Network (VAN) in 1985 as a collection of gallery owners and visual art stakeholders to promote and advocate for the visual arts in and around Louisville, KY.

After 15 years, VAN officially changed its name to LOOK to coincide with what it’s now best known for, the publishing of its award-winning, biennial LOOK Art Guide that includes a map and listings of all 34 member locations. Designed by 21 Skye Design, the guides are distributed through member galleries and museums, numerous hotels, Louisville Tourism (formerly Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau), and the Louisville International Airport.

Pfalzgraf has been actively involved in the Louisville visual art community for the past 14 years, working as a preparator at the Speed Art Museum, Director of Media Services at B. Deemer Gallery, Director of the Green Building Gallery, and currently as Curator at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, IN. Pfalzgraf is also a contemporary fine artist who has been featured in multiple exhibitions at Swanson Contemporary in Louisville. He earned a BFA degree from Murray State University and an MBA from Indiana University Southeast.